TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - Changes are quickly coming to the weather pattern. A cold front is digging into the southeast US kicking up showers and storms ahead of the main line. Scattered rain chances start up after lunch time. Until then, patchy fog this morning with mild temps in the upper 50s and low 60s. This afternoon, temps should skim the 80° mark before rain cools us off slightly. The storms aren't expected to turn severe and highest rain threats remain for our west and northern counties. Overnight, scattered rain chances stick around and it'll be muggy in the low 60s. Hit or miss showers can be expected on Friday, and all the moisture should be out of here by the early afternoon. Highs stay in the upper 60s and low 70s. On the back side of the front that moves through, conditions will turn breezy as winds shift from the northwest and cool air will be ushered into the region. The chill returns fast and expect temps in the upper 30s by Saturday morning. Still breezy for the beginning of Saturday before a very nice afternoon shapes up with highs in the mid to upper 60s with full sunshine. Just as chilly to begin Sunday with some light frost possible for rural communities. Highs climb back to above 70°. Mid to upper 70s for the start of next work week with a few isolated showers possible. 80s by Wednesday.
Posted at 4:40 AM, Mar 26, 2015
and last updated 2019-05-22 18:08:22-04
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